Barriere Forks Regional Park is located east of the District of Barriere, along the Barriere River. It is an all-season, non-motorized trail network, popular in the summer for hiking, cycling and horseback riding, and in the winter for snowshoeing and cross country skiiing.
The TNRD has an operating agreement with the Barriere Outdoor Club Society, whose volunteers maintain the cross country skiing and hiking trails in the park. The total park area is approximately 51.64 hectares.
Location: 3180 Barriere Lakes Road
Hours: Year-round, dawn to dusk. Please note that all TNRD regional and community parks are unsupervised year-round, and this park is unmaintained during winter months.
Amenities: Trail network, parking, warming hut
Directions: From Barriere, travel along Barriere Lakes Road for approximately 15 kilometres. The park entrance is on the right just before the intersection with South Barriere Lake Road.
For trail information, visit the Barriere Outdoor Club website.